Amaar Rafeeq

ASA firewall operates in two modes:

1- Routed (By Default) --- Communication happens on behalf of IP Addresses
2- Transparent --- Communication happens on behalf of MAC Address



ASA is in transparent mode, if MAC table is not synced or destination MAC is not present in MAC-table then what ASA will do?

Will ASA do flood to know the destination MAC? if ASA does this then how can ASA compromise its security parameters by doing flooding?


If destination is on local subnet?

if destination is on different subnet?


destination mac is not present in ASA mac-table, what ASA will do?

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